Used to form the names of compounds containing two groups identically substituted or coordinated
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Bank for International Settlements
A bank founded in 1930 to promote the cooperation of central banks and to provide facilities for international financial operations. It is located at Basle in Switzerland
Frequently attributive Bilingualism and biculturalism; specifically designating (the approach of) the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, established in 1963, which produced recommendations promoting bilingualism throughout Canada and resulting in the adoption of English and French as joint official languages in 1969.
A sulfur compound with bacteriostatic action, used chiefly in the treatment of leprosy